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Determination of High Sugar Concentrations in a Scotch Liqueur Sample Using a Compact Ion Chromatography System Be the first to rate this application


This record demonstrates the determinations of glucose, fructose, and sucrose in a 100-fold diluted liqueur alcoholic beverage sample by HPAE-PAD. Typically samples with g/L concentrations require >10,000-fold dilutions to remain in the linear range of the very sensitive HPAE-PAD technique. However, this method demonstrated on the Integrion RFIC system, uses a 0.4 µL internal injection loop with the High Concentration Carbohydrate Analysis Kit to extend the linearity from low mg/L to g/L concentrations. A wood hydrolysate application using this technique is attached for reference.
Market: Food and Beverage
Keywords: Carbohydates, CarboPac PA20, Disaccharides, Glucose, Pulsed Amperometric Detection, HPIC, RFIC, Sucrose, PAD, fructose, monosaccharide, Alcoholic Beverages, HPAE-PAD, Integrion, Sugar, high performance anion-exchange chromatography, high concentration sugars, liqueur, Integrion HPIC, Integrion RFIC, Au on PTFE, distilled alcohol, ED detection, scotch, dextrose
Matrix: Alcoholic beverage
Author: Terri Christison and Jeff Rohrer
Affiliation: Thermo Fisher Scientific
Uploaded on 1/22/2016.

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